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Cellphone Radiation Study Raises Concerns Despite Low Risk

By Seth Borenstein | May 30
A new federal study of the potential dangers of cellphone radiation, conducted in rats, found a slight increase in brain tumors in males.

UN Health Agency Rejects Call To Postpone Rio Olympics

By Geir Moulson | May 30
The World Health Organization on Saturday rejected a call from 150 health experts to consider postponing or moving the Rio Summer Olympics due to the Zika virus.

What Makes Us Happy and Healthy?

May 28
If you were going to invest now in your future self, what would you focus on? One of the world's longest running health studies sought to find the answer.

4 Tips for Conscious Living Through Interior Design

By Jill Gleeson | May 28
Interior designer Deeia Topp offers insightful tips for a purposeful approach to your personal space.

DKM Ambassador Coco Rocha Lights Up ESB for World Blood Cancer Day

May 27
International supermodel and DKMS Global Ambassador Coco Rocha participated in a ceremonial lighting of The Empire State Building in celebration of DKMS' 25th anniversary and in honor of World Blood Cancer Day.

Six Safety Tips for Memorial Day Weekend

By Katie Abate | May 27
Memorial Day Weekend marks the unofficial start of summer and the beginning of vacation season. That's why Amica Insurance is sharing tips to make sure your family and vehicle are ready to hit the road this weekend.

Foria Relief Cannabis Solution Relieves Menstrual Cramps

By EDGE | May 25
Foria, the internationally recognized cannabis brand and leader in cannabis sexual health, announces the Colorado debut of Foria Relief, the first cannabis infused vaginal suppository specifically designed to relieve menstrual discomfort.

Sleep Easily During May, Better Sleep Month

By EDGE | May 25
Better Sleep Month 2016, the annual event celebrating sleep, in its 31st year runs the entire month of May.

Study Says Men Need to Catch Up With Skin Cancer Awareness

By EDGE | May 25
Skin cancer can affect anyone, regardless of age, race or gender. When it comes to skin cancer prevention and detection, however, it seems that men need to brush up on their knowledge.

Vermont Support Group Eases the Stigma Faced by LGBTQ Youth

By EDGE | May 24
New Hampshire/Vermont Albert Schweitzer Fellows Ana Rodriguez-Villa and Brendin Beaulieu-Jones are working to address stigma and prejudice against LGBTQ youth in Vermont's Upper Valley with a weekly youth support group at The Junction.

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